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Aug 13, 2013 3:00am PDT
? >> bill: that's great. is this the declaration of candidacy for joe biden or what? >> you see joe biden kind of like standing there, waving his arms, remember me, don't forget about me. you have hillary clinton out there pulling a lot of oxygen, even this early, you're hearing people talking about her foundation, her policy speeches, all of these -- extremely visible. and biden has to kind of take pain to remind people i'm still out here. this thing is far from decided. >> bill: he doesn't have to make a decision but he wants to keep himself in the public -- >> he wants to make sure the decision doesn't get made for him. and that's really what everyone is doing right now. it is this waiting game circling. everyone is in a holding pattern at the moment. >> bill: meanwhile, you mentioned the former secretary of state, former first lady, she gave a first -- big speech in san francisco yesterday about the voting rights act in front of the american bar association. her office announced this is going to be one of a series of speeching that she gives on major policy issues. so you know,
MSNBC
Aug 13, 2013 1:00pm PDT
vice president joe biden will enter this race? >> well, his visit to the steak fry doesn't seem to be to be suggesting very much. he spent more time in iowa than anyone at the last cycle. it really didn't do him any good. but he's a sitting vice president. and this is as close as he's going to get to a chance to run. >> finally ryan to you, briefly, if you can. do you think the vice president jumps in? >> i think we give too much credit to the people themselves to answer that question. we shouldn't -- i don't think we should wait for them to say whether or not they're running. we can look at their behavior and decide whether or not they're running. and based on their behavior, hillary clinton and joe biden are both running for president. to my mind, they are running for president until they say they're not. as long as they're traveling to iowa and new hampshire and talking to donors and establishing campaigns and raising money, they're running for president no matter what they say. >> ryan grimm and gra gans franke-ruta, thank you so much. coming up, the deep financial impact of am
MSNBC
Aug 13, 2013 10:00am PDT
absence from the early primary states. we know joe biden is making a states out, but she is teasing her next stop, so what is the strategy here? >> well, look, you know, peter, as i was listening to her say those words, all that kept running through my mind is this would be exactly what you would do if you were hillary clinton and you want to run for president. which i do think it is hard for her as an unannounced candidate to go to one of these early states respect because it would be an absolute zoo. anytime she gets near one of those states, we write about it. if she goes to one of the -- she doesn't need more headlines. i think what she's doing is smart. she's giving meaty policy addresses, voters suppression, voter i.d., critical important issue to the democratic base. particularly among african-americans and hispanics. she's doing what you do if you're hillary clinton and you want to run for president. >> i want to ask you, ruth, if we can, a change of topic. the republicans, it looks like a peace treaty, between rand paul and chris christie. here was rand paul's comments this
FOX News
Aug 13, 2013 3:00am EDT
"lucky carl." i wonder how he got that name. and joe joe biden's dogs had to join him on vacation, by dash -- dash by -- by. well look. >> oh, well see they boated and they voted. cute. >> gavin, should both obama and the dog be impeached even though this story is untrue? >> because we are discussing it is an example of racism? >> what about when bush took his dog to the hamptons? >> that's true. >> but obama, we have to talk about it. >> and bo is black. >> like somebody else. >> anything negative said about anyone that is black is a racist. >> it is only when you say it. how many times do you have to listen to me? >> day dana, -- dana, how do you deal with this stuff? it was tweeted to me a thousand times. the newspaper article says the dog was on the osprey. you know that's not true. if neb is on the ons -- if anybody is on the ons sproa it is an entire staff of people. nobody would be that nuts. but people chose to run with it. >> it is a great example of obama derangement syndrome. a lot of people who saw that probably believed it. the second thing is journalism is dead. in t
CBS
Aug 13, 2013 5:00am PDT
drir for the day. the p-m wore a >>> imagine getting in a taxi with vice president joe biden behind the wheel. riders were surprised to see the country's prime minister there he is the driver of the day there. the prime minister wore a taxi driver's uniform. he had the sunglasses on. he confirmed his identify at the when people recognized him. he said he wanted to do it hoping to hear people's honest views on politics. i bet he got an earful. >>> in business news now stock futures are up this morning in anticipation of strong sale numbers out of the retailers. and today the government is expected to report that consumers ramped up their spending in july. but it appears that investors are still cautious. joining us now is ashley morrison of cbsmoneywatch.com. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, frank and michelle. well, stocks appear to be in a summer slump. analysts say investors may be holding back because of anxiety over the federal reserve's expected slowdown of bond buying activity next month. yesterday the dow slipped 6 points while the nasdaq rose almost 10. >>> the gover
MSNBC
Aug 13, 2013 4:00pm PDT
then senator joe biden. that safety valve allows the judge without any motion from the prosecution to go below a mandatory minimum if the defendant comes clean about all that he is doing, if this crime has not involved violence, if he has a relatively low criminal history. so we have that. and the third current method for getting a below a mandatory minimum sentence is a motion made by the prosecutor in exchange for the defendant's giving information about how his suppliers are, who his customers are, who else is working with him in the drug gang. >> professor, thank you. laura murphy, take my final 20 seconds. you get the final word go. ahead. >> well, 94% of the people in prison are there because of plea bargains. and most of the people who go to prison do so because they have inadequate counsel. so the attorney general addressed that too. but the attorney general made a great change in government policy. the war on drugs is a failure. it leads to huge racial disparities. it leads to expensive. >> thank you. >> overburdened prisons, and that is right move for the federal government.
MSNBC
Aug 13, 2013 3:00pm PDT
"the new york times" that vice president joe biden is going to be the keynote speaker at a big iowa fundraiser next month. so it's a lot of 2016 possibilities going around. >> possibilities. i mean, wouldn't you have wanted to be in that conversation with hillary and biden with that breakfast two weeks ago? what was that about? clearly she nodded to him saying i'm rung. i might be too. it will be interesting. he is definitely putting out feelers. >> well, maria teresa kumar and jonathan capehart, thank you both for your time tonight. >> thank you, reverend. >>> president obama talks about the digital divide of growing inequality and access to information. we'll look at how some are making the internet available to everyone. this man is about to be the millionth customer. would you mind if i go ahead of you? instead we had someone go ahead of him and win fifty thousand dollars. congratulations you are our one millionth customer. nobody likes to miss out. that's why ally treats all their customers the same. whether you're the first or the millionth. if your bank doesn't think you're s
CSPAN
Aug 13, 2013 2:00pm EDT
in a side. i remember joe biden came in debt last. >> yeah. least rich on capitol hill. [inaudible] [laughter] >> yeah. did he say what he made in the book. $200 last year. [laughter] [inaudible] [laughter] it's great. >> i know everyone has questions. we need to transition to questions that people might have. each of you has worked in somewhere else. most of you have worked in more traditional places before you moved on to what you're doing now. can you talk about how it's different for you, personally. what you kind of feel has been a change for you, perhaps, in moving to the kind of work you're doing now. and i think probably as teachers in the audience were also interested in how can we help students prepare for this kind of environment where there's all different opportunities? what do they need to know to take advantage of the opportunities throughout and the kind of organizations you work with? >>ic they need to learn how to code. [laughter] i think that, you know, somebody worked for a newspaper for -- i worked for the "tampa bay times." for the last 25 years. the last six
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